[SOLVED] Disable Windows Hibernation to save 10Gb+ on C:\Drive?

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Hi everyone, just want to know if anybody knows if it is safe to disable hibernation in windows if I don't use that feature to save disk space on my C:\Drive.

After having installed all the games I have, I ended up with quite the drive space limitation, So I figured that it is windows and features are too large and there are many things windows related that I don't use and could free up some of my drive space if I disable, uninstall or delete some of that.

I learned that in a admin command prompt one only has to type: "Powercfg -h off" or "Powercfg -h on" to enable or disable the windows hibernation feature to save up to 10Gb+ C:\Drive Space.

I hope I won't run into any trouble doing this and if you know of anything that would suggest that I rather leave it on, please say so.

If not, I would suggest that everyone uses this to free up some space, so easy to implement.
 
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